Month: October 2016

Physical Therapist’s Guide to Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects approximately 1% of the United States population. RA often results in pain and inflammation in joints on both sides of the body, and can become...

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Wave Loading

What is wave loading? I’ve done it a few times in the past without realizing what it really was. The classic article on T-Nation was written by Ian King, listed below: Ian King’s Wave Loading...

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The Butt-Wink and Squatting

Alright, so my buddy posted a video of him going ass to grass front squatting at #205 for reps. Now, I know that he’s been slowly getting back into lifting so I commended him on...

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5 Foods You Should Eat This Fall

Your mom probably never gave you better advice than when she said, “Eat your fruits and veggies.” But eating healthy may seem harder come fall, when favorite produce options dwindle and less familiar ones appear....

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Sometimes, Simplicity is King

I tend to over complicate things. I don’t know if you do either but often times I find myself overthinking problems that have easy solutions. Folks with advanced degrees might even be more prone to...

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